In today’s video, America’s Top Trial Attorney, William Ricigliano of Ricigliano & Filopei, and his business partner, Michael Sorrentino of Nationwide Legal Video Services, is interviewed by Mr. Swanson about how to incorporate video into your case strategy, and how that can improve your law practice.
How to Use Video in Mediation & Deposition
How To Go Paperless At Your Law Firm
Attorneys Bob and Brad Simon of The Simon Law Group in Hermosa Beach, California, share with Author and Educator Michael J. Swanson what to do to go paperless at your law firm and how it can help you get better results for your clients.
Seeing is Believing.
A basic fundamental part of convincing someone to believe you is providing visual evidence to back up whatever you are trying to prove. Many attorneys know this to be true in the courtroom. After all, seeing is believing. I recently came across an article by Daniel L. Buckfire, an attorney with Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. In his article, titled ‘The Benefits of Using Visual Aids With Expert Testimony,” Daniel talks about the use of visual aids in personal injury cases, and goes in depth on the following:
- The importance of visual evidence
- The use of substantive & demonstrative visual evidence
- Legal exhibit companies
- New technology
View Mr. Buckfire’s full article, click here.
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